Bastys resigning from parlt vice-speaker but keeps mandate

Social Democratic MP Mindaugas Bastys has told BNS he was stepping down from the post of parliamentary vice-speaker amid the suspicions of shady relations with criminal figures and representatives of Russian energy companies, however, plans to keep his MP mandate.
Mindaugas Bastys
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